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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #30 on: 2012.August.15. 10:55:54 »
Great find, thanks!

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #31 on: 2012.August.15. 11:23:38 »
Interesting advertisement:
8055-0
"- REQUESTS SOFTWARE FOR ENTERPRISE 128 in separate cartridges: graphical editor ARTS, a word processor PALEX, a game cartridge SPECTRUM DIGEST, application PASMON cartridge with cassette applications (games, a technical description of the operating system in Russian and others). The cost of one cartridge (without cassette applications) 10 - 15$ in exchange for BASIC cartridge to receive a discount.
- REQUESTS SOFTWARE FOR ENTERPRISE 128 in Compact Cassettes and Floppies: games, programming languages, applications and system software (including a color Spectrum emulator SP 2.1 with gaming applications, crack for all common environments Enterprise, a graphical editor with a high resolution and a word processor RED 1.3 for multi-purpose word processing volume up to 57,000 characters and strings with a length of up to 152 characters)."


I don't hear about PALEX word processor.
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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #32 on: 2012.August.15. 11:34:14 »
Interesting advertisement:
This is from which magazine?

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"- REQUESTS FOR ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE 128 in separate cartridges: graphical editor ARTS, a word processor PALEX, a game cartridge SPECTRUM DIGEST, application PASMON cartridge with cassette applications (games, a technical description of the operating system in Russian and others). The cost of one cartridge (without cassette applications) 10 - 15$ in exchange for BASIC cartridge to receive a discount.
- REQUESTS FOR ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE TO 128 Compact Cassette and Floppy: games, programming languages, applications and system software (including a color converter Spectrum emulator SP 2.1 with gaming applications, crack for all common environments Enterprise, a graphical editor with a high resolution and a word processor RED 1.3 for multi-purpose word processing volume up to 57,000 characters and strings with a length of up to 152 characters)."


I don't hear about PALEX word processor.
We don't hear about all others! ARTS, PALEX, SPECTRUM DIGEST, PASMON, RED, etc...  :shock:
Now I think a lot of interesting things hiding in these countries!

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #33 on: 2012.August.15. 11:46:09 »
It's from TM too.

They sold EP at a price of 130$

Article about EP (Russian)
"After a while, completely Russified created a text editor, which was sold directly by editorial office of magazine for large enough at that time the price (about 8$). The latest information on the status of the computer, which I have, is with the 1993rd year. As I tried to find out more detail about how much of what and to whom it was sold to those who spread this computer in the Soviet Union, but almost nothing came of it. I learned only one thing - in 1989-1991 there was union of Enterprise computer users 64/128. It seems to be an association called the Club."
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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #34 on: 2012.August.15. 22:54:51 »
TM 1990-08
Simple BASIC program to convert machine code to assembler listing.
8059-08061-1

TM 1991-04
Program Graphcopy to print graphics on printer
8063-28065-3

TM 1994-02
Joystick and printer pinouts
8067-4

TM 1994-04
About IS-FORTH
8069-5

TM 1994-07
About IS-LISP
8071-6

TM 1994-08
SCART pinouts
8073-7

TM 1995-01
INPUT/OUTPUT PORTS (part 1)
8075-8
Article from Alexander Gusev (probably that Alex)

TM 1995-02
Music synthesizer on BASIC (Article from Alexander Gusev)
INPUT/OUTPUT PORTS (part 2)
8077-9

TM 1995-04
About memory programming (Article from Alexander Gusev)
8079-10

TM 1995-05
Procedures (Article from Alexander Gusev)
8081-11

TM 1995-08
Alternative printer driver (Article from Alexander Gusev)
8083-12


8085-13
RUSSIAN EDITOR FOR THE ENTERPRISE
Club of electronic games for users Enterprise 128 offers a versatile russified word processor RED 1.1 for professional work with floppy and tape recorder.
Main features:
- The maximum amount of text you are editing - about 58 000 characters (33 standard typewritten pages);
- Speed limit set to 12 characters per second;
- Write and read text in a conventional alternative encoding IBM PC; switchable keyboard layout (QWERTY / ЯВЕРТЫ / ЙЦУКЕН); text format compatibility, and methods of working with him to the major professional text editors;
- The possibility of writing strings beyond the screen that allows you to create text documents with the number of characters in a line more than 78 (eg, for subsequent printing on a printer with a wide carriage);
- Quick calling of help tips in russian;
- When working with a floppy drive - automatically included in the configuration file monitor, called without resetting the edited text.
Along with the standard editorial functions (operations with a symbol, string, paragraph, file) the program provides the following service options:
- Writing main options on the magnetic disk when you exit the editor and self-adjustment when it is loaded;
- Autosave typed text on a magnetic disk by the agreed time of the beginning of a pause in the work (in the absence of the drive mode is switched off);
- Subsequent to this "blanking" of the screen - to extend the life of a cathode ray tube monitor (mode is saved and when working with a tape recorder);
as well as other amenities.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #35 on: 2012.August.16. 09:43:24 »
Many great finds again! Thanks!
Now we start remember back to the russian lessons in the school  :)

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #36 on: 2012.August.16. 12:26:49 »
And I did not learn Hungarian.
I know only a few words (zárva; kutya; macska; botkormány).
But I would be very interesting to read Hungarian topics (Google Translate is very ugly, as you know).

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #37 on: 2012.August.16. 12:41:47 »
And I did not learn Hungarian.
If you can translate these to english then it is will be a great help!

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But I would be very interesting to read Hungarian topics (Google Translate is very ugly, as you know).
If you interested about anything in Hungarian topics just ask it! We will try to translate it to english.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #38 on: 2012.August.16. 13:29:56 »
If you can translate these to english then it is will be a great help!
I don't even know. :oops:
My english is very bEd. ;)

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #39 on: 2012.August.16. 13:38:21 »
Nice articles (though I can only understand the images and the source code in them ;-)). Thanks for sharing them.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #40 on: 2012.August.16. 14:34:46 »
I will have to check BabelFish to see if they translate Russian or Hungarian.  :ds_icon_cheesygrin:

Just checked BING translator does both......!

Now to see if it works!

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #41 on: 2012.August.19. 15:49:47 »
In St. Petersburg, opened an exhibition of retro computers "Chaos Constructions 2012".
http://topspbtv.ru/news/news10161/ (ru)

2:08
8090-0

UPD:
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=457090920977766
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=457091064311085
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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #42 on: 2012.August.19. 16:18:18 »
Great!  :ds_icon_cheesygrin:

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #43 on: 2013.April.24. 12:51:02 »
Little offtopic:
Yet another nice reminder about Hungary.
Little handheld game. It still worked. Рresented on the Cosmonautics Day (April 12)

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #44 on: 2014.March.09. 19:50:26 »
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Little bonus: his EP was ordered by advertisement in magazine "Юный техник" (Young Technician) in 1993. Manual on english. SN with additional label "QC passed:"
Wow! Very interesting: New EP-s sold in 1993! Can you find this advertisment?